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FAQ on Saving a Relationship

FAQ on Saving a Relationship
If you are concerned that your relationship is falling apart at the seams and you guys might break up, than you should continue reading some of my personal answers to common questions asked about saving a relationship.Q: Where do I start in saving my relationship?A: The first thing you must do is know for sure that this relationship is important enough to you to save. Your situation might be different, but most troubled relationshipsconsist of one or both parties taking the relationship for granted. Neglecting to take the time to say "I love you" or show affection can be beginning of your pro...
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Mindful Motoring: How Herbie the Love Bug Is Saving My Life

Mindful Motoring: How Herbie the Love Bug Is Saving My Life
Owners Gabriel & Abi Nathan pose with Herbie, after finally finishing to apply the graphics that made him “come alive.” If you work in the mental health field for long enough, eventually you’ll hear the word “mindfulness” so often that, one day, you’ll be sitting in a treatment team meeting or at a continuing education conference somewhere and someone will say it and you’ll just start vomiting uncontrollably and you’ll never stop. But at least you’ll be doing so mindfully. Mental health is no different than any other field — all professions latch onto abbreviations, trope...
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Three Easy Steps to Saving a Relationship

Three Easy Steps to Saving a Relationship
To begin, let's understand that adult relationships are intricate in nature. Relationships don't conform to the idea that one size fits all: what works for one won't for another, because people and the relationships they form are unique. Because all relationships are unique, there can't be a single set of guidelines that will automatically make all relationships perfect.Relationships are usually based on a shared pastime or attraction, but beyond even that it's impossible to set forth a single reason relationships form. If there are prescripts that define a relationship, they're set by the co...
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Is your Relationship Worth Saving? Important Advice on How to Save a Relationship

Is your Relationship Worth Saving? Important Advice on How to Save a Relationship
John works all the time and Marsha does not feel that he is around the family often enough. Marsha spends most of her time taking care of the children and John feels that she does not spend enough time with him. Can this relationship be saved? Should it be saved? Here is how to save a relationship.First of all, the two of you must decide together if you believe that the relationship is worth salvaging. If you are both willing to put in the work, then most any relationship can be saved. However, if one of the persons involved just gives up and no longer wants to try, then the relationship is p...
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Q&A on Saving a Relationship

Q&A on Saving a Relationship
If you are fretting that your relationship is falling apart at the seams and you guys might break up, than you should continue reading some of my personal answers to common questions asked about saving a relationship.Q: Where do I start in saving my relationship?A: The first thing you need to do is to confirm to yourself that this relationship is worth saving. Your situation might be different, but in most cases, relationships falling apart have someone or both people taking the relationship for granted. Neglecting to take the time to say "I love you" or show affection can be start of your pr...
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